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Vegetarian

  1. Lawsuits
    Tempeh TantrumA graffiti artist threatened to sue when she couldn’t eat vegan in prison.
  2. Bookshelf
    Why Craft and Per Se Aren’t Among the ‘Healthiest,The authors of ‘Clean Plates: A Guide to the Healthiest, Tastiest Restaurants in Manhattan’ defend their picks.
  3. Studies
    Cutting Out Meat Leads to Cutting the Cheese?A carnivore who forgoes meat for a week finds that vegetarian diets are gassy, among other things.
  4. Beef
    Sarma Melngailis of Pure Food and Wine: ‘Elitism Bothers Me, Too!’The proprietor of Pure Food and Wine, where a tamale is $23, has something to say about her neighbor Sal Anthony’s complaints about pricey raw-food eateries.
  5. Openings
    Adelina Attempts to End Raw-Food Elitism (Hint Hint, Pure Food and Wine)Thought Italian health food was an oxymoron? Think again.
  6. Rants
    Critic Calls for Ban of ‘Pale, Tedious’ VegetariansAnd compares them to Hitler! Going a tad far, are we?
  7. Food Politics
    Is Your Butcher a Vegetarian?They do care about transforming the meat industry …
  8. Foodievents
    Vegan Feast at Broadway EastHurting for new vegan options? A Farm Sanctuary dinner is here to help.
  9. Bookshelf
    New York’s Healthiest, Tastiest Restaurants (Including Chipotle? DirtyA nutritionist and a food critic recommend restaurants where you can eat “healthy” without having to eat boring.
  10. Foodievents
    Buddhist Delight?Does enlightenment lie in turnip soup and soybean jelly?
  11. Menu Changes
    In Which We Ask a ‘Mostly Vegetarian’ to Assess BroadwayPlus, the rest of the new chef Gavin Mills’s bar menu, and news of a prix fixe.
  12. Vegetarians
    Vegetarians Better at Sex, Really?Slate takes a closer look at PETA’s claim.
  13. Lawsuits
    Mandatory MeatingA trader claims he lost his job because he was a vegetarian.
  14. Video Feed
    Watch PETA’s Super Bowl AdWhile PETA may be concerned about animals’ well being, the objectification of women is A-OK.
  15. Celebrity Settings
    Vegan Ice Cream Shop Has Two Degrees of Separation From Kevin BaconWhy were Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick getting ice cream on a 20-degree day?
  16. Openings
    Kenney Comes BackThe raw-food pioneer has opened a second location of his organic deli.
  17. Chef Shuffle
    New Chef Gavin Mills Gives Broadway East a Meaty MakeoverBut his beets topped with goat-cheese ice cream may be the winning dish.
  18. Closings
    One Less Vegan: Jill’s of Cobble Hill Bites the DustAnd it isn’t the only vegetarian restaurant on the way out.
  19. Crime Scenes
    Was Dirt Candy’s Menu Box Vandalized by the ‘VegetarianAre vegetarians upset because chef Amanda Cohen called their restaurants horrible?
  20. NewsFeed
    Momofuku Ko May Soon Do Lunch, Vegetarian MenuDon’t think lunch will be any cheaper or easier to get into.
  21. The New York Diet
    Web Entrepreneur Peter Rojas Regrets the Vegan Buffalo WingsThe founder of Gizmodo, Engadget, and RCRD LBL tells us what he ate this week.
  22. VideoFeed
    The Veggie Pride Parade Gives It to Meat Eaters Where They LiveThe Veggie Pride Parade was by no means a feel-good affair.
  23. NewsFeed
    Tour of Moby’s Kitchen Fails to Convert Us to VeganismA while back, we poked fun at Moby for considering his stomach a nonessential item. As if to prove us wrong (and, okay, maybe to impress the ladies), he has given Epicurious a tour of his humble kitchen.
  24. Celebrity Settings
    LeBron James and Anna Wintour Cozy Up at Waverly; Moby Makes Out at R BarWe weren’t surprised to read in “Page Six” today that Anna Wintour dined with LeBron James at the Waverly Inn. We passed their table on Tuesday, and when the ceilings are that low, it’s impossible to miss a six-foot-eight baller extracting himself from the center of a corner booth. James was patiently sitting next to the bathroom when we emerged, causing our waiter to remark, “You made LeBron James wait!” We couldn’t tell whether he was chastising us or congratulating us for no doubt costing the man a Benjamin of his time, but either way we felt a sense of accomplishment unknown since Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand queued up behind us at the Spotted Pig. The rest of this week’s sightings are heavy on the PDA.
  25. NewsFeed
    Peter Berley Out at Broadway EastFormer Angelica Kitchen chef Peter Berley is out and Lee Gross, formerly of L.A.’s M Cafe de Chaya, is in at Broadway East. What could have occasioned this garden transplant, so close to the opening of the place? Bullfrog and Baum’s Helen Baldus tells us that it was “just not a good match” and that the sides parted amicably. Or did Berley talk himself out of a job in a recent telling Time Out interview?
  26. Foodievents
    Brooklyn (and Harlem) Vegans Get a Restaurant Week Non-meat-eaters know how to travel to eat well (the half-day schlep to Flatbush’s Veggie Castle, a converted White Castle, is a right of passage). So, we predict the path through the city’s first-ever Vegetarian Restaurant Week, taking place in Harlem and Brooklyn through October 27, will be well worn. The week’s itinerary is filled with some proselytizing info sessions for those looking to go raw or from veggie to vegan. But we’re focusing on the free tastings and prix fixe meals.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Pigskin Parties Kick Off at Hill Country; Rickshaw Delayed Yet AgainChelsea: Hill Country has added big TV screens and plans on being party central for football games. [Grub Street] Gramercy: Rodeo Bar is now the second place in New York to carry Shiner Bock. [Grub Street] Greenwich Village: The ballyhooed opening of Rickshaw Dumpling Bar is delayed yet again. [Eater] Long Island: The first mug shot is made public in the Josie Malave gay-bashing case. [TMZ] Long Island City: Feminist beer and good salsa are to be found in a new spot in industrial LIC. [Joey in Astoria] Midtown: Toloache is still your only spot in the neighborhood for grasshopper tacos. [Gothamist] Williamsburg: Been feeling that what the area needed was a vegetarian Caribbean restaurant? Well, you’re in luck. [Bottomless Dish]
  28. At the Greenmarket
    Huge Gooseberries Are Here; Callaloo Promises ImmortalityAfter sighting the season’s first apricots at the Greenmarket last Saturday, we figure the dog days can’t be far behind. Gather your dinner-party guests while the weather is still cool enough for cooking, and be prepared to switch to a raw-food (or ice-cream) diet any day now.
  29. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay Attacks; Bush Fails EatersGordon Ramsay lays into Marco Pierre White, Frank Bruni, and Big Macs in this wide-ranging interview, which ends with this complaint: “I’m being judged on my persona as opposed to my food, and you know what? Fuck it.” [The Independent] Morgan Stanley and other firms won’t let their executives entertain clients or expense lunch at the Hawaiian Tropic Zone because it’s too much like a strip club. “We are a totally misunderstood restaurant,” claims the owner. [NYP] Less than 10 percent of food imported to the U.S. is even examined by the FDA, which is “woefully understaffed and underfinanced” by the Bush administration. [NYT]
  30. NewsFeed
    Urgent All Points Bulletin for Spring Vegetables You don’t have to look far to see spring vegetables on menus all over New York. But look for local spring vegetables, and you may find they’re AWOL. Unseasonal weather has put the kibosh on many area sources, and for chefs that pride themselves on local ingredients, it’s a problem.
  31. Openings
    Tiffin Wallah Doesn’t Deliver Yet, But When It Does…Just how much do you like Indian food? Is it a once-a-month treat, or would you not flinch at a whole week’s worth of dosas and curries? Rob and Robin, in this week’s Openings, bring news of Tiffin Wallah, a Curry Hill vegetarian restaurant where a dedicated delivery chef will prepare meals (whether one night’s worth or an entire week’s worth) when you order online. The
  32. Beef
    Even Peeps Aren’t Safe From Brooklyn High-HatsThe level of Brooklyn sanctimony is always sky high, but this flyer, just posted on Epicurious, really takes the cake. Even innocent Peeps aren’t secure from freewheeling vegetarian assaults! But what really told us that Brooklyn had passed beyond the fringe was the fact that Gourmet food editor Ian Knauer, the poster, far from having a bit of sport at the flyer, goes even further. Though disavowing vegetarianism himself, he points out that if you are truly an orthodox believer, not only shouldn’t you eat marshmallows, but even sugar has the marrow taint: “Both the largest and second largest producers in the US use bone char filters made from beef bones.” Judas priest! Is there some kind of vegan-ethics Olympics going on in the 718 that we don’t know about? Never mind. We know the answer already. Peep This [Epicurious]
  33. Mediavore
    Matzo-Bus Rabbi Granted ReprieveBloomberg signs bill establishing safety guidelines for delivery guys but stops short of limiting packets of ketchup. [NYT] Rabbi ordered to stop baking matzo out of his school bus granted reprieve. [NYT] Urban agriculture not limited to NYU kids growing weed in closet; New Yorkers also making wine on rooftops. [NPR]